Luxor Hotel & Casino
3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89119
1.877.386.4658 / 702.262.4000
Does the Luxor Hotel & Casino charge a resort fee? Yes
Check-in: 3 p.m.
Check-out: 11 a.m.
|* Free Parking||* Concierge||* Heated Pool|
|* Spa||* Health Club||* Business Center|
|* Restaurants||* Shops||* Room Service|
|* Wedding Chapel||* Laundry Service||* Wheelchair accesssible|
|* Free Wi-Fi (coming 2013)||* Sports Book||* Poker Room|
|* 120,000 square foot Casino|
|* Pyramid Deluxe Room||* Tower Deluxe Room||* Pyramid Suite|
|* Player Deluxe Suite||* Tower Luxury Suite||* Tower Premier Suite|
|* High-speed internet||* In-room safe||* In-room movies|
|* Cable/Satellite TV||* Iron||* Ironing board|
|* 27″ to 40″ TV||* King bed||* Two queen beds|
|* Rollaway beds available||* Cribs available|
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Webmaster’s March 2013 stay in a Luxor West Tower King Room
March 11th, 9.00 a.m. we arrived at the Luxor and dropped off our luggage at the bell desk. We decided to tour the property first before heading out for a scheduled meeting. First thing we noticed while walking through the casino is that the place is pretty dark. A little too dark for us. We don’t want to get the feeling we’re in the dentist’s office when we’re in a casino but the dark carpeting, dark furniture and dimmed lighting made us feel like visiting count Dracula’s Castle.
When we returned at 4 p.m. we went to the front desk to check in. a lovely lady, called Alicia, checked us in. we reserved a Pyramid Tower Room (comped thanks to the MyVegas game on Facebook) and she was kind enough to upgrade us to a West Tower King Room. There was no waiting line for check-in and Alicia was very friendly and gave us a lot of useful info about the property since it was the first time we stayed at the Luxor. She also gave a couple of coupons for free drinks at a number of their bars and a $30 discount coupon (food and beverage) we could use at several restaurants and bars.
The room was spacious and had all the basic amenities like an in-room safe, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, alarm clock, an ice bucket in the bathroom, etc. The overall shape of the room was pretty good even though the furniture was showing age (it wasn’t in the best condition). The bathroom was a pleasant surprise with a large mirror and separate shower and bath tub. The water pressure in the shower was low so it’s difficult to wash your hair (especially when you have long hair). The beds were ok, so were the pillows. Nothing special. The beds were actually a little on the soft side and definately not the best beds we’ve ever slept in. What really annoyed us was the TV signal. Now, we only watch the morning news and maybe a late night show but we lost the TV signal at least 10 times during our 2 night stay.
Final comments on our Luxor stay:
Staying here on a comped offer through the MyVegas game on Facebook was a great deal. But the Luxor just simply doesn’t do it for us so we probably won’t be staying here again anytime soon. But that has more to do with our personal preferences than anything else. The staff was friendly, customer service was more than ok and the place was clean. It’s not one of the fanciest MGM resorts but at a low rate there isn’t really much wrong with it. You might enjoy it more than we did, it is a good 4s place (Sleep, Shave, Shower and Shit).